So far this month the fishing has been disappointing in the view of some of the regular anglers and they said that they have been scratching around looking for fish.
I am now warming to the idea that perhaps I prefer cats.
There are some habits that are worth cultivating, that help ensure that our joytank is kept full.
During the week, anglers found small grey sharks on the bite mainly during the late afternoons and a number of these fish were caught giving the guys some excellent sport.
Cast your eyes across the border to Zimbabwe if you think poverty is an excuse for littering.
This was the first time I have had my eyes tested by a woman and it was very comforting.
Fox News is a notoriously right-wing TV network and their report on South Africa last week contained elements of truth, untruth and half-truths.
Our increasing intolerance for each other’s views – most vividly seen on online platforms – fills me with unease.
Anglers fishing the backline along the Durban North beaches have managed to boat a few garrick and snoek at times but have said that the fishing has not been all that great in trying conditions.
In years past, anglers could predict the arrival of the different species of fish and change their fishing tactics to target the different species but that has now also changed to some extent.
In my opinion feeding monkeys only increases the tensions between primates and people, and both suffer as a result.